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Nova Scotia Medical Bulletin 19(3), 1940
- Carunculous condition treated by estradiol [Case report] [Title]
- Charman, Frank Daniel
- Colchester County Hospital, Truro, N.S.[Title]
- Dawson, M.H.
- Douglas, G. Ritchie
- Druggists, drugs and doctors [Title]
- Earliest physicians of Colchester, The [Published in the Truro News, September 1915, by the late Dr. A.C. Page and prepared for the Bulletin by the late Dr. H.V. Kent of Truro] [Title]
- Endometriosis (with a report of a case) [Title]
- Genital Diseases, Female
- Health Education
- Impetigo contagiosa [Case report] [Title]
- Indians, North American
- Intravenous use of morphine sulphate, The [Title]
- MacDonald, W.J.
- MacDougall, Helen J.
- MacInnis, D.F.
- MacLean, T.W.
- Malignancy of the cervix uteri complicated by and early pregnancy [Case report] [Title]
- McCurdy, D.S.
- Medical practice among the Indians of Nova Scotia [Title]
- Musculoskeletal Diseases
- Page, A.C.
- Public health and Woman's Institutes of Colchester County [Title]
- Salvaging lives in intestinal obstructions [Title]
- Skin Diseases
- Substance Abuse
- Treatment of chronic arthritis, The [Condensed from a lecture delivered at the New York Academy of Medicine, January 19, 1940] [Title]
- Tuberculosis in Colchester County [Title]
- Two primary malignancies in one patient [Case report] [Title]
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